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It begins with hope

Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all the darkness. That's what Greg tried to provide as some of those closest to him struggled with Mental Health conditions. A Stitch in Time was created in 2014, originally selling game-worn sneakers to raise funds, but as the way we view Mental Health has changed, as has the organisation. We’ve had a strong belief in sharing our stories and lived experiences in promoting mental health. We knew our boundaries. But we’ve evolved, we’ve recognised the importance of having evidence based tools & techniques built into our programs, and have adapted accordingly. Our organisation has never wavered in our approach. It's about impact...it's about lives. So join us, as we aim to empower Western Australians to be forces of change in our community, and ultimately create positive health and wellbeing outcomes.


“A Stitch in Time”

The proverb, “A Stitch in Time,” (Saves Nine) said to mean that it is better to act or deal with problems immediately, because if you wait and deal with them later, things will get worse and the problems will take longer to deal with. Education and importance on Mental Health is paramount in our vision

But it was more than just hope.

We’re not meant to be alone. We’re meant to connect. We’re meant to have a support system. We’re meant to share life with other people. We've created safe spaces for people to talk, to be listened to without judgement or criticism, to be respected, accepted and supported, to ask for help, to accept the help available and to prevent a crisis.

Do you believe that a conversation could save a life? Do you agree that it’s as important as ever to create a life saving conversation?

Do you believe that everyone has the capacity to increase their knowledge on how they can manage their wellbeing through self-care? Do you believe that Mental Health is no different than Physical Health?

We want:


To offer hope.


To inspire by sharing our own journey.


We want people to know we proudly stand beside them, with them and among them and they are not alone.


Your story is important.


Hope, help, education and prevention are real.


“A Stitch in Time”